Editor's Choice Papers 2021
At the end of each year, three articles that appeared in the Journal of Discrete Event Systems in the last 12 months are selected to be made freely available online for one month. The “Editor’s Choice Papers” are nominated by the Editor-in-Chief Christoforos Hadjicostis and aim to reflect the quality and diversity of research that gets published in the journal, as well as the breadth of applications that are addressed.
Editor's Choice Papers:
Title: Intermittent fault diagnosability of discrete event systems: an overview of automaton-based approaches
Authors: Abderraouf Boussif, Mohamed Ghazel, Joao Carlos Basilio
Discrete Event Dynamic Systems (2021) 31:59–102
Title: Nonblocking and deterministic decentralized control for networked discrete event systems under communication delays
Authors: Pan Xu, Shaolong Shu, and Feng Lin
Discrete Event Dynamic Systems (2021) 31:295–315
Title: Comparing the notions of opacity for discrete-event systems
Authors: Jirı Balun, Tomas Masopust
Discrete Event Dynamic Systems (2021) 31:553–582
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